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Cell Phone Battery Life Review

February 11, 2014 | By | One Comment">One Comment

The battery life of a cell phone is probably its most important function. You can have the most powerful, fastest, or coolest phone on the market, yet if your battery life is poor, you will only have access to your phone for a limited amount of time.

New phones are constantly being updated with the latest technology which sucks up increasing amounts of battery life. Despite this, battery life is the least improved part of the phone over the past decade. Today’s phones are coming out with very large batteries compared to previous years to provide greater battery life for talking, texting, and web surfing.

Here is a list of cellphones with the largest batteries:

  • LG G2
  • HTC One Max
  • Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD
  • Blackberry Z30
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3

All of these phones have massive amounts of battery life, compared to other cellphones on the market. The LG G2 has an astonishing talk time of about 29 hours and standby time of 35 days. The battery in this phone is outstanding providing its users a great amount of usage. The HTC One Max is a very close tie with a talking time of 28 hours and stand by time of 24 days. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a spectacular talk time of 25 hours and standby time of 22 days. The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD has a talk time of 21 hours and standby time of 15 days. Lastly, the Blackberry Z30 has a talk time of 18 hours and standby time of 16 days.

Data has shown that last year’s average talk time on a cell phone was only about 12 hours, yet these cell phones are getting double the battery life- which is amazing! So if you are looking for a cell phone with long battery life, there is no hassle in finding one because there are plenty to choose from. If you currently own a cell phone that is not on our list for top battery life, we hope you can find our University Cell Phone Charging Station!

  • 2017 update!

*  Katharine Byrne of has researched battery life of smartphones in 2017 and results differ from the 2014 results.

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